Leading the Light Infantry Brigade Combat Team's Military Intelligence Company

Moon, Jerry
July 2005
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Jul-Sep2005, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p36
The article focuses on the military intelligence (MI) company of the Light Infantry Brigade Combat Team (BCT) of the U.S. Army. There was growth in the number of MI officers assigned to the BCT S2 shop based on the current Modified Table of Organization and Equipment of a Light Infantry BCT. It is the duty of MI company leaders to make sure that all tactical intelligence team members of the MI company are conducting comprehensive Pre-Combat Checks and Pre-Combat Inspections.


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